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Michael Jackson’s Former Bodyguard Seeks To Prove He Is Blanket’s Father

A former bodyguard for Michael Jackson is claiming that he is the biological father of Jackson’s youngest son Blanket, real name Prince Michael II, and is willing to take his plight to the courts to prove it.

Matt Fiddes, who served as Jackson’s security guard in the United Kingdom, claims he gave the singer a sperm donation in 2001 after a discussion about Michael wanting “athletic” children, just a year before Blanket was born.

According to the Daily Star, the martial arts expert said: “I am going to lodge my DNA and formally ask the Jacksons for access. I want visitation rights. Michael is their father and I do not want that to change, but I want the children back in my life. The only way that’s going to happen is through legal action. I think Blanket is mine but I want final proof.”

Fiddes also claims he turned down over $800,000 that Michael offered him for the donation, which he believes is proof that he’s not just after money.

“All I want is access if he’s my child, to take him out, and spend some time together,” he said. “My mum is dying of cancer. I want her to see Blanket more than anything.”

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Michael Jackson Immortalized By Children On Hollywood Walk of Fame

Michael Jackson’s legacy has been cemented.
Using their father’s shoes, and a sequined glove, the King of Pop’s three children,Prince, Blanket, and Paris, immortalized their late father in front of Graumans Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Prince told the crowd that this was his dad’s lifetime achievement award and that this is what he strived to get.
The touching ceremony brought out Hollywood’s biggest and brightest stars including Justin Bieber, who sang his version of Michael’s Rockin’ Robin.
The matriarch of the famous musical family Katherine Jackson spoke to fans saying that it was a very good celebration and that if Michael were here he would agree.
Michael may have left too soon, but thankfully his legacy will last forever.

Michael Jackson Estate Plans Grauman’s Ceremony

The Estate of Michael Jackson announced today that Michael Jackson will be immortalized in a hand and foot print ceremony at Hollywood’s legendary Grauman’s Chinese Theatre on January 26, 2012, starting at 11:00am, in a giant celebration of the Legacy of the King of Pop and the Los Angeles debut of Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour World Tour, the critically acclaimed Cirque du Soleil production and top grossing tour in the United States, according to Pollstar.
 
The Estate will be joined by Michael Jackson’s three children, Prince, Paris and “Blanket” who will use their father’s sequined glove and shoes to make impressions in the cement in the famous forecourt of the theatre as family, friends and fans celebrate the legacy of the King of Pop.  The event is produced by the executors of the Estate of Michael Jackson, John McClain and John Branca. A special live presentation from the cast of The Immortal World Tour will be performed , and the event will be  M.C.’d by Access Hollywood and Access Hollywood Live’s  anchor Billy Bush. 
 
The entire event will be streamed live via Twitter @michaeljackson with additional photos and live coverage of the event tweeted from Twitter’s music channel @twittermusic.